Goldie B. Floberg Center Receives Grant

Goldie B. Floberg Center receives $12,000 Blazer Foundation grant

 

Rockton, IL (April 4, 2017) – Goldie B. Floberg Center received a grant of $12,000 from the Blazer Foundation to help fund annual participation for children and adults in camp and therapeutic riding active therapies.

 

The Blazer Foundation grant will support funding of the Goldie B. Floberg Center annual active therapies programs participation for 2017. Children and adults with developmental disabilities served by Goldie B. Floberg Center participate in therapeutic riding and annual camps, depending on personal desire and therapeutic needs. Individual benefits include social skill building, physical therapy, emotional and behavioral benefits, as well as building positive relationships and life experiences which transfer into everyday life.

The $12,000 grant is a portion of a total annual program budget which is not reimbursed by State funds. Goldie B. Floberg Center CEO, John Pingo, Ph.D. BCBA-D, stated, “We cannot thank Blazer Foundation enough for its generosity and compassion for the folks we serve. We believe every individual has a right to access the experiences and benefits of these programs. With these funds, we can offer this option without having to divert funds from elsewhere in our budget and without having to decide that this year someone won’t have the opportunity to participate in something that brings them so much fulfillment.”

 

Goldie B. Floberg Center –  In 2018, Goldie B. Floberg Center will celebrate 100 years of helping underserved children and families in the Northern Illinois community. Today, Goldie B. Floberg Center delivers the Mission “to empower and enrich the lives of all people served” to children and adults with developmental disabilities. Through programs such as small group community living services, employment services, and adult learning services, Goldie B. Floberg Center partners with the people served, their families and the community to help individuals with disabilities become fully actualized citizens and members of their community.

SwedishAmerican and UW Health to Host Free Bariatric Surgery Community Talk

SwedishAmerican and UW Health to Host

FREE Bariatric Surgery Community Talk

If you’ve ever wondered whether bariatric surgery is right for you, SwedishAmerican and UW Health invite you to attend a FREE informational session led by Dr. Michael Garren, Medical Director of the Surgical Weight Management program at UW Health. Attendees also will have the opportunity to hear from a current patient in the weight management program.

Learn how the extensive support services and premium treatment offered by the UW Health Surgical Weight Management Program could help you lose weight safely, restore health and improve your quality of life. Attendees will learn about the following topics:

  • Are you a candidate for bariatric surgery?
  • What are your surgical options?
  • What can you expect from our program?
  • Life after bariatric surgery

 

The presentation will take place on Monday, May 1 from 6 – 7:30 PM at the SwedishAmerican Regional Cancer Center, 3535 N. Bell School Road, Rockford. Light refreshments will be served. Please RSVP by Friday, April 28 at www.uwhealth.org/bariatricsurgery. For questions or more information, contact Keely Jeppson at (608) 262-0950.

 

About SwedishAmerican

A division of UW Health, SwedishAmerican is dedicated to providing excellence in healthcare and compassionate care to the community. The organization serves residents of 12 counties in northern Illinois and southern Wisconsin through a dedicated and caring staff, a major acute care hospital and a free-standing outpatient cancer center in Rockford, a medical center in Belvidere, a network of 30 primary care and multi-specialty clinics and the region’s largest home healthcare agency. Additionally, SwedishAmerican has achieved Magnet® recognition as a reflection of its nursing professionalism, teamwork and superiority in patient care.

Advia Foundation Prepares to Help Rockford Area Habitat for Humanity

Advia Foundation to donate $100 to Rockford Area Habitat for Humanity for every mortgage application received April 1 – June 30 in the area

 

Janesville, WI–The Advia Foundation is working to provide safe, affordable housing in the communities it serves through a new campaign tied to its mortgage services that runs April 1 – June 30. During this three-month period, the Foundation is pledging to donate $100 to the Rockford Area Habitat for Humanity, IL, for every new mortgage application that Advia Credit Union receives in the area.

 

“Families in need of affordable housing live everywhere,” says Julie Birman, a member of the Advia Foundation Board of Directors. “At Advia we are committed to advancing lives and we believe a safe, healthy and affordable place to live helps build stronger families by reducing stress and building self-reliance and confidence for everyone living in the home.”

 

Advia Credit Union has 26 branches in Michigan, Wisconsin and Illinois and will donate to Habitat organizations in each of its regions. Because Spring is typically a popular month for new home sales, the Foundation is estimating the total donation to be up to $25,000 which will be distributed to Habitat organizations in Southwest Michigan, Eastern Michigan, South Central Wisconsin and Northern Illinois.

 

In addition, Advia staff will be swinging hammers and pouring driveways as they support the cause by volunteering at Habitat build sites in all the credit union regions. The Credit union encourages staff volunteerism by paying them to take up to 24 hours away from work each year to volunteer with a charity of their choosing.

 

Beloit Snappers Release Opening Day Roster

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:                             April 1, 2017

 

Snappers Unveil 2017 Opening Day Roster

 

BELOIT, WI – The Oakland Athletics and Beloit Snappers have announced the 2017 Single-A Opening Day roster.  The active roster, as of April 1, will include 13 pitchers, two catchers, six infielders, and four outfielders.

 

Ten players on the Opening Day roster spent time in Beloit during the 2016 season.  Twenty-one players are draft picks by the Oakland Athletics including 10 selections from the June 2016 draft.  Four of the 10 players from the 2016 draft class were chosen in the first nine rounds of the draft.  Three players are original international signees by the Athletics and one was acquired via trade.  Two out of 25 Snappers saw playing time with the Oakland Athletics during 2017 Major League Spring Training.

 

“We are excited to welcome this group of young talent,” says Snappers General Manager Seth Flolid.  “Oakland has revitalized their farm system through the draft since our relationship began in 2013 and this roster reflects that effort.  Beloit is thrilled to be a launching pad for these future Athletics.”

 

The Beloit Snappers will begin their 36th season on Thursday, April 6 at 6:30 p.m. against the Cedar Rapids Kernels, affiliate of the Minnesota Twins.  The Snappers will host their annual Meet the Team event on Tuesday, April 4 at Beloit Memorial High School from 5:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.

 

Below is the complete list of players opening the season with the Snappers as of April 1.  A complete roster reflecting initial assignments is also attached.

 

Pitchers

 

Xavier Altamirano:  A returner from the 2016 Opening Day roster, the 22-year-old got a win in his Snappers debut thanks to a snow-shorted game against Wisconsin on April 8.  He found himself on the disabled list in mid-May after eight appearances and reported to short season Vermont in June.  He was one of four Lake Monsters was named a New York-Penn League All-Star and finished the season with a 2.48 ERA.  He was drafted by the Athletics in 2015 out of Oral Roberts.

 

Brandon Bailey:  Bailey was a sixth-round choice by the Athletics in the June 2016 draft.  He played collegiately at Gonzaga and split his first professional season between Vermont and the AZL A’s serving both as a starter and reliever.

 

Boomer Biegalski:  Boomer returns to Beloit after spending all of 2016 with the Snappers.  He led last year’s pitching staff with 153.1 innings of work and 115 strikeouts.  He also had a team-high of 8 winning decisions.  The Florida State product was also one of five Snappers in the Midwest League All-Star Game last season.

 

Heath Bowers:  The Athletics 24th round pick in the 2015 draft led the 2016 Vermont Lake Monsters with 71 innings of work.  He was also second on the club with 10 starts.  He has made all 30 of his professional outings with the Athletics short season affiliate and is making his first jump to full-season ball.

 

Brendan Butler:  The 23-year-old Butler pitched at three levels in the Athletics developmental system in 2016, but most of his time was in Beloit.  Butler started nine games for the Snappers, made seven appearances on the mound for Vermont, and made two outings for High-A Stockton early in the season.  He threw a five-inning complete-game against Kane County onAugust 4 in Beloit.

 

Dakota Chalmers:  Drafted by the Athletics in the third round of the 2015 draft, Chalmers is still 20 years old and playing in his third season since coming out of high school in Georgia.  He signed for $1.2 million to pull him away from a commitment to the University of Georgia and is regarded as Oakland’s No. 14 prospect according to MLB.com.  Last season with Vermont, he led the team in strikeouts (62).

 

Ty Damron:  The Athletics drafted the left-handed Texan in the 15th round of the 2016 draft.  He pitched at short season Vermont after signing.  He was drafted in the 13th round of the 2013 draft by the Dodgers, but he chose to play college baseball at Texas Tech instead.

 

Will Gilbert:  After four seasons at North Carolina State, Oakland grabbed Gilbert in the eighth round of the 2016 draft.  The southpaw played with Vermont after signing and came out of the bullpen 15 times while striking out 31 hitters over 25-plus innings.

 

Nick Highberger:  After a 12-3 record in four years at Creighton University with an ERA of 2.84, the Athletics drafted Highberger last June in the 30th round.  He spent much of the 2016 season with the AZL A’s, but did get a win for High-A Stockton on September 4.

 

Matt Milburn:  A native of Dallas, Millburn was a 29th round pick by Oakland last June.  He appeared in a total of 14 games between the Arizona Rookie League and short season Vermont.  The 23-year-old played college baseball at Wofford.

 

Michael Murray:  Murray made his professional debut with Beloit in 2016 with a two-hit performance at Kane County on May 28.  He was drafted by the Athletics in the 32nd round of the 2015 draft but did not play that year due to a right elbow injury.  He played collegiately at Florida Gulf Coast and was a Louisville Slugger All-American in 2014 and a Freshman All-American in 2013.

 

Dalton Sawyer:  Sawyer played his college baseball with the Minnesota Golden Gophers.  The 23-year-old Waconia, MN native was taken in the ninth round of the June 2016 draft by the Athletics.  After signing with Oakland, Dalton spent the remainder of the 2016 season pitching for Vermont.

 

Andrew Tomasovich:  Another returning Snapper, Tomasovich made 33 outings out of the Beloit bullpen in 2016.  The lefty from Charlotte struck out 50 batters in less than 40 innings of work.

 

 

Catchers

 

Jason Goldstein:  Goldstein became Oakland property in an offseason trade with the Seattle Mariners.  He was originally a ninth-round pick by the Mariners in the 2016 draft and played for their short season affiliate in Everett, WA after signing.  The 23-year-old is from Highland Park, IL and played college baseball at the University of Illinois.  He played for the Madison Mallards in 2015 and during their 2013 Northwoods World Series title season.

 

Collin Theroux:  A 32nd round pick by Oakland last June, the 23-year-old Theroux reached Beloit at the end of last season.  Theroux even saw action in two Major League Spring Training games with the Athletics in 2017.  He finished his college career last year at Oklahoma State when the Cowboys made a run to the College World Series.  Theroux also spent the 2015 summer in the Northwoods League with the Madison Mallards.

 

Infielders

 

Edwin Diaz:  Entering his fifth professional season, Diaz returns to the Snappers after previous time in Beloit in 2015 and 2016.  The 21-year-old set career-best numbers in several statistical categories last season, and he was drafted by Oakland in 2013 out of Puerto Rico.  Diaz also appeared in four Major League Spring Training games with Oakland this year.

 

Trace Loehr:  The Athletics drafted Trace out of high school in 2014 in the sixth round.  He spent all of 2016 with Beloit and led the Snappers with 7 triples.  He was Midwest League Player of the Week for August 22-28 after going 15-for-27 (.556) with 5 doubles.

 

Eric Marinez:  The 21-year-old Dominican led the Vermont Lake Monsters with 3 triples in 2016.  He signed with the Athletics in 2012 as an international free agent.

 

Miguel Mercedes:  Mercedes moves up to Beloit after leading the New York-Penn League in home runs (12) during the 2016 season.  The 21-year-old was also a league All-Star and was Player of the Week for June 20-26 after going 11-for-26 with 2 home runs and 7 RBI.  He enters his fifth professional season since signing with the Athletics in 2013 at age 16.

 

Nate Mondou:  Selected by the Athletics last June in the 13th round of the draft, Mondou was an All-Star in his first season as a pro player with Vermont.  He was also First Team All-ACC for the 2015 and 2016 seasons while playing at Wake Forest.

 

Kyle Nowlin:  Nowlin is a Harrison, OH native and played collegiately at Eastern Kentucky.  His 21 home runs as a senior led all of NCAA Division I at the end of the regular season.  He was drafted by the Phillies in 2015 but returned to EKU for his senior season.

 

Outfielders

 

Luis Barrera:  Barrera reached Beloit in August 2016 to close out the season with the Snappers.  He hit .286 over that month with seven hits going for extra bases.  The Dominican outfielder will play his age 21 season in 2017 and signed with the Athletics in 2012 as an international free agent.

 

Cole Gruber:  Gruber enters his second professional season after leading the Arizona Rookie League in 2016 with 28 stolen bases.  The left-handed hitting speedster also is the all-time leader in career stolen bases at the University of Nebraska-Omaha.  Oakland drafted Gruber in the 27th round last June.

 

Mike Martin:  Martin joined the Snappers last June after beginning the season in Extended Spring Training.  He was placed on the disabled list on July 16 and missed the rest of the year after playing 34 games.  The 24-year-old is from Hoffman Estates, IL and played college baseball at Harvard.  He was drafted by Oakland in the 33rd round of the 2015 draft.

 

JaVon Shelby:  The 21-year-old Shelby was drafted by the Athletics last June in the 5th round.  After signing, he played in one game for the AZL A’s before he was elevated to Vermont.  He played collegiately at Kentucky and was first drafted by the Milwaukee Brewers in the 37th round of the 2013 draft.

 

The Beloit Snappers are a member of the Midwest League and have been the Single-A affiliate of the Oakland Athletics since 2013.  Opening Day for the Snappers 36th season is April 6, 2017 at Pohlman Field as the Snappers host the Cedar Rapids Kernels.

SwedishAmerican Announces Grant

SwedishAmerican Foundation Announces $150,000

Caring For Our Community Grant Program

 

The SwedishAmerican Foundation is excited to announce it will award grants totaling $150,000 through its new Caring For Our Community grant program. The Foundation will provide financial support to not-for-profit organizations, particularly those that complement the SwedishAmerican Foundation mission and vision, making the Rockford region a healthier and more secure place to live, work and raise families. The grant application will be available Monday, April 3 through Monday, May 1.

This unique opportunity is available to not-for-profit entities, organizations that serve or represent the Rockford community, or communities within the service area of SwedishAmerican. Projects should support alleviating homelessness, hunger and un(under)employed, improve wellness, expand early childhood development and improve offender rehabilitation/reintegration. Capital requests will not be accepted.

The Foundation is particularly interested in supporting grant requests which benefit SwedishAmerican’s neighborhood, defined by an 81-block-area surrounding the hospital campus, north to Rural Street, south to Railroad Avenue, west to 7th Street and east to Prospect Street. Additionally, the Foundation seeks to support grant projects which benefit the citizens of the west side of Rockford – north to Auburn Street, south to Harrison Avenue, west of the Rock River and east to Springfield Avenue. Projects in other neighborhoods may still be considered.

“For nearly 20 years, the SwedishAmerican Foundation has had the privilege of reaching beyond the walls of our hospital and making significant investments in our community,” says SwedishAmerican Foundation Director Laura Wilkinson. “We’re excited to announce the SwedishAmerican Caring for Our Community Grant and allow our non-profits to partner with us to help make the region the very best it can be.”

In order to be considered, all grants must be submitted to the SwedishAmerican Foundation by 5 PM on Monday, May 1. Grants will be awarded once per year in August.

To apply and view the SwedishAmerican Foundation Caring For Our Community grant application and guidelines, please visit www.swedishamericanfoundation.org or call the Foundation at (779) 696-2496.

Happenings at RORO Expo 2017

If you are planning on coming to RORO Expo at Roscoe Middle School April 1st & 2nd, and we hope you all are, there are some exciting things happening that you should check out while you’re there. Besides all of our vendor booths, of course.

 

Bright and early you will find the pancake breakfast put together by Northern Winnebago County Rotary Club. Breakfast starts one hour before RORO opens both days. You can find it in the cafeteria. Please use the bus side doors to get in. Cost is $5 per person.

 

Mark’s Pizza​ will be having a pizza eating contest. Are your eyes bigger than your stomach? Only one way to find out.

 

Pickles the Clown​ will be there with balloons, and Roscoe True Value Hardware and Rental​ & Stepping Stones Child’s Center​ are bringing a petting zoo, bounce house, games and more. Bring the kids and don’t forget to bring your camera!

 

CAM Music with DJ Chip Messner will be on-hand supplying some great entertainment as you walk around the vendor areas.

 

On behalf of Michael, Mickey, and Lori, a big thank you goes out to everyone participating in the 2017 RORO Expo. Especially MP Heating and Cooling for all of their volunteers, the entire RORO Committee, volunteers from the Stateline Chamber​, all of the businesses who have purchased a booth, and last but certainly not least, Kelli Freedlund and all of Roscoe Middle School​ for allowing RORO to be at their facility.

 

Just as a reminder, the chamber office will be closed Thursday, March 30th as well as Friday, March 31st in preparation for the weekend. Normal office hours will resume on Monday, April 3rd.

SwidishAmerican to Host Free Informative Event

SwedishAmerican to Host FREE Informative Event on

Common Foot Problems

 

Are your feet ready for summer? If you’re interested in learning more about common foot problems, you won’t want to miss this informative presentation from SwedishAmerican Podiatrist Syeda Roshan, DPM. She will discuss athletes foot, fungal nails and more.

The presentation will take place on Thursday, March 30 at 5:30 PM at Stateline Clinic, 4282 E. Rockton Road, Roscoe. Light refreshments will be served and one lucky participant will win a prize. To register for this free presentation, please call SwedishAmerican Health Connect at (779) 696-7081.

 

About SwedishAmerican

A division of UW Health, SwedishAmerican is dedicated to providing excellence in healthcare and compassionate care to the community. The organization serves residents of 12 counties in northern Illinois and southern Wisconsin through a dedicated and caring staff, a major acute care hospital and a free-standing outpatient cancer center in Rockford, a medical center in Belvidere, a network of 30 primary care and multi-specialty clinics and the region’s largest home healthcare agency. Additionally, SwedishAmerican has achieved Magnet® recognition as a reflection of its nursing professionalism, teamwork and superiority in patient care.

Savant Capital Management Reaches Important Milestone

Savant Capital Management Reaches Important Milestone

 

ROCKFORD, IL (March 15, 2017)Savant Capital Management, a nationally-recognized fee-only wealth management firm headquartered in Rockford, IL, with 12 offices in three states, has hit another important milestone in the firm’s 30-year history. Today, the firm announced it has reached $5 billion in assets under management (AUM).

 

Savant set a goal to achieve $5 billion in AUM ten years ago, when the firm reached the $1 billion milestone. The firm accomplished that goal by growing 400 percent over the past ten years. During that time, Savant significantly expanded its team, added new capabilities, locations and clients with five merger & acquisition (M&A) transactions, and has expanded its ownership to 47 employees.

 

More milestones are expected to take place soon, as the firm intends to grow its national footprint even further through future M&A opportunities.

 

“Team Savant accomplished this goal together, despite the challenges of the financial crisis and other curve balls along the way,” said Brent Brodeski, CEO of Savant. “We believe our persistence in being innovative, making smart decisions and driving forward, has helped create significant value for countless families in the process.  Along the way, we have become one of the nation’s largest wealth management firms.  I am immensely proud of what our team has accomplished.”

 

Savant employs more than 140 team members. Headquartered in Rockford, IL, Savant also has offices in the following locations: Chicago, IL; Freeport, IL; Geneva, IL; Hoffman Estates, IL; Naperville, IL; Peoria, IL; Sterling, IL; Wilmette, IL; McLean, VA; Madison, WI; and Park Falls, WI. For more information, visit savantcapital.com.

 

About Savant Capital Management

Savant Capital Management is a leading independent, nationally-recognized, fee-only firm, serving clients for 30 years with $5 billion in assets under management. As a trusted advisor, Savant Capital Management offers investment management, financial planning, retirement plan and family office services to financially established individuals and institutions. Savant also offers corporate accounting, tax preparation, payroll and consulting through its affiliate, Savant Tax & Consulting.

 

Savant is regularly recognized among the top wealth managers in the United States. Savant was the recipient of the 2015 Best-in-Business IMPACT Award™, part of Schwab’s IMPACT Awards® program to recognize excellence in the business of independent financial advice. Savant has consistently received other industry recognitions including recently being included on the Forbes top 200 financial advisors list, the Barron’s top 20 independent advisory firms list, being named the #9 rated RIA firm byFinancial Planning magazine, and included in additional top advisors lists byFinancial Advisor magazine and InvestmentNews.

 

Savant Capital Management is a Registered Investment Advisor. Savant’s marketing material should not be construed by any existing or prospective client as a guarantee that they will experience a certain level of results if they engage Savant’s services and may include lists or rankings published by magazines and other sources which are generally based exclusively on information prepared and submitted by the recognized advisor. For more information about Savant or to view our Important Disclosures, go to www.savantcapital.com.

 

Savant Capital Management and its employees are independent of and are not employees or agents of Charles Schwab & Co., Inc. (“Schwab”). Schwab does not prepare, verify or endorse information distributed by Savant Capital Management. The Best-in-Business IMPACT Award™ is not an endorsement, testimonial endorsement, recommendation or referral to Savant Capital Management with respect to its investment advisory and other services.

Savant Capital Management Named One of Chicago’s Best Financial Advisors

Savant Capital Management Named One of Chicago’s Best Financial Advisors

Firm recognized for the second straight year

Savant Capital Management, a nationally recognized fee-only wealth management firm with 12 offices in three states, announced today it has been named one of the Top 9 Best Financial Advisors in Chicago for the second consecutive year.

The selection process was conducted by AdvisoryHQ and was based on a wide range of criteria including fiduciary duty, independence, transparency, level of customized service, history of innovation, fee structure, quality of services provided, team excellence, and wealth of experience. Review and rankings were 100 percent independently researched and written. Firms were unaware they were being reviewed by AdvisoryHQ until after the reviews had been completed and published to the public.

 

Savant was touted as standing out from the crowd of financial advisors in Chicago with its transparency and focus on client successes, in addition to being a Certified Investment Steward and a Certified Investment Advisor by the Centre for Fiduciary Excellence (CEFEX). The firm also was recognized for its wide range of services, involvement in the community, for being the longest tenured firm in Chicago, and being a co-founder and member of the Zero Alpha Group, a nationwide network of advisory firms that are committed to providing objective, long-term private wealth management solutions to investors.

 

“Often our clients know where they want to be, and we help them work toward their goals by planning a roadmap to their vision of an ideal future. They are the reason we come to work every day,” said Brent Brodeski, CEO of Savant. “We are honored to be ranked by AdvisoryHQfor our commitment to our clients’ long-term success and well-being.”

 

AdvisoryHQ is a review and ranking news media organization for the investment and financial advisory industries across the U.S., U.K. and Canada. To view the complete list of rankings, click here.

About Savant Capital Management

Savant Capital Management is a leading independent, nationally-recognized, fee-only firm, serving clients for 30 years with more than $4.8 billion in assets under management. As a trusted advisor, Savant Capital Management offers investment management, financial planning, retirement plan and family office services to financially established individuals and institutions. Savant also offers corporate accounting, tax preparation, payroll and consulting through its affiliate, Savant Tax & Consulting.

 

Savant is regularly recognized among the top wealth managers in the United States. Savant was the recipient of the 2015 Best-in-Business IMPACT Award™, part of Schwab’s IMPACT Awards® program to recognize excellence in the business of independent financial advice. Savant has consistently received other industry recognitions including recently being included on the Forbes top 200 financial advisors list, the Barron’s top 20 independent advisory firms list, being named the #9 rated RIA firm by Financial Planning magazine, and included in additional top advisors lists by Financial Advisor magazine and InvestmentNews.

 

Savant Capital Management is a Registered Investment Advisor. Savant’s marketing material should not be construed by any existing or prospective client as a guarantee that they will experience a certain level of results if they engage Savant’s services and may include lists or rankings published by magazines and other sources which are generally based exclusively on information prepared and submitted by the recognized advisor. For more information about Savant or to view our Important Disclosures, go to www.savantcapital.com.

 

Savant Capital Management and its employees are independent of and are not employees or agents of Charles Schwab & Co., Inc. (“Schwab”). Schwab does not prepare, verify or endorse information distributed by Savant Capital Management. The Best-in-Business IMPACT Award™ is not an endorsement, testimonial endorsement, recommendation or referral to Savant Capital Management with respect to its investment advisory and other services.

Crusader Community Health to be Recognized

On February 10th, Crusader Community Health will be recognized with the 2016 Center of Excellence award by the national Dental Management firm Liberty Dental Plan. Joining Liberty Dental for the presentation will be Dr. Jason Grinter, Kathy Olson (Crusader Dental Director), and members of her team with Crusader Dental, and Senator Dave Syverson.

Date:          Friday, February 10th

Time:         2:00 pm

Location:   Crusader School Based Health Center at Auburn High School (5110 Auburn St., Rockford, IL)